Tamás Czárán obtained the Ph.D. degree (1991) in ecology and population biology and the M.A. degree (1991) in ecology from Faculty of Sciences, L. Eötvös University. Czárán also received the D.S. degree (2007) in theoretical biology from Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Czárán works as Scientific Advisor at Theoretical Biology and Ecology Research Group, Hungarian Academy of Sciences and L. Eötvös University. Czárán's areas of expertise are theoretical ecology (spatiotemporal models of population dynamical processes), cellular automata models in ecological and evolutionary theory, modelling of the origin of life (the metabolic replicator model), modelling the evolution of quorum sensing in bacteria, evolution of bacteriocin and killer-yeast systems, and modelling sociocultural evolution.
Biography Updated on 23 August 2012